- Build It Back Program Status Report Shows 90 Percent Of Applications Say They've Received No Help The status report from the city's Department of Investigation shows of 14,000 applications to the Built it Back program, 90 percent of which say they have not seen any help.
- Settlement Reached To Aid NYC Residents With Disabilities In Disasters The agreement, announced Wednesday, calls for an upgrading of disaster centers to accommodate 120,000 disabled people by September 2017.
- Report: Nearly 90 Percent Of Tri-State Area Hospitals Faced 'Critical Challenges' During Sandy When Superstorm Sandy slammed into the Northeast nearly two years ago, hospitals found themselves dealing with surges in patients, lost power supplies and employees who couldn't get to work -- problems that a new federal report finds they were not...
- Billy Crystal, Sen. Charles Schumer: Feds Should Pay To Replace Long Beach Trees Lost In Superstorm Sandy The actor and Sen. Charles Schumer held a news conference Monday calling on the federal government to foot the bill for replacing more than 2,500 trees lost in Superstorm Sandy, 1010 WINS' Mona Rivera reported.
- FEMA Asking For $5.8M In Sandy Aid Repayment After Superstorm Sandy hit the East Coast nearly two years ago, the federal government quickly sent out $1.4 billion in emergency disaster aid to the hurricane's victims. Now, thousands of people might have to pay back their share.
- Long Beach Residents Renew Calls To Reopen Sandy-Damaged Medical Center It's taking longer than expected to get a Long Island hospital shuttered by Superstorm Sandy functioning again and many residents and officials are getting impatient.
- Nearly Two Years After Sandy, Seaside Heights Receives Much-Needed Facelift The devastation of Superstorm Sandy has now been largely replaced by a refurbished and spruced up Seaside Heights, and business owners say it's no accident.
- New York To Spend Up To $300M To Raise Homes In Flood Zone Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday on Long Island that the state will pick up the tab to elevate homes for anyone who is in the 100-year flood zone and who wants to raise their house.
- Staten Island Woman Finds Wedding Dress Lost After Superstorm Sandy Nicole Pagliaro brought her dress to Hector Pacheco's dry cleaning store after her wedding in 2012. She later learned that the business was destroyed by flood waters and assumed her dress was lost forever.
- Stronger Than The Storm: Wood From Sandy Ravaged Boardwalks Finds New Life Around The Region Nearly two years after Sandy slammed local beach communities, debris left over by the storm has found a new life around the region.